748 Yishun Street 72
Singapore 760748

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11:00am - 11:00am

11:00am - 11:00am

11:00am - 11:00am

11:00am - 11:00am

11:00am - 11:00am

11:00am - 11:00am

11:00am - 11:00am

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Comforting soup ( not too starchy ) with noodle texture quite qiuqiu and ingredients similar to the beehoon (clams, prawn, mushrooms and tofu).
πŸ“Heng Hua Restaurant.
Blk 748 Yishun Street 72 #01-212.

Its more affordable and also lighter version for the tastewise.
I ordered the signature Bee Hoon, just nice for one person.
It comes with one prawn, a few clams, slices mushrooms and slice tofu.

πŸ“Heng Hua Restaurant.
Blk 748 Yishun Street 72 #01-212.

Tao Dao Meal
10% off with minimum order of S$30

Heng Hua Style Lor Mee (S$4.50/ small)
Szechuan Style Sliced Pork (S$10)
Deep Fried Crispy Prawn Fritter (S$8/ small)
Sweet & Sour Fish (S$10/ small)
Total bill less than S$30 after discount.
Love the way the fish was presented like a flower.

θŽ†η”°ε…΄εŒ–ηΎŽι£Ÿ Heng Hua Restaurant
Address 🏑 : Blk 748 Yishun Street 72, # 01-212 Singapore πŸ‡ΈπŸ‡¬ 760 748
Tel ☎️ : 6757 1762
Open ⏰ : 11am - 11pm
MRT πŸš‡ : Yishun (NS13)

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$4.50 for small (enough for 1 person meal)

Very warm and comforting bowl of Noodle soup. The lor mee is nice and chewy, and the soup is thickened with corn starch, and gooey. Nothing particularly exciting about it, but something i would eat (or have eaten) again

A pleasant, simple and humble dish.

Heng hua is a hidden gem nestled among some HDB flats at the back of Yishun mrt, serving Putien (place in China) food.

Their Stewed tofu featured minced up tofu with a mixture of root vegetables, mince meat and finished off with egg. It was very comforting and warm, and the flavours of the tofu and veges worked well together. I would say the dish itself is a bit bland, but that's intended and fitting given the flavour profile of the dish. It works to bring out the nature flavours of the tofu.

Recently, we were reminded by a friend that such a place still exists for some tasty Heng Hua food at coffeeshop prices.
Be it the classic Heng Hua dry Beehoon or wet Lor Mee, they definitely delivered in authenticity and flavours. Their extensive menu offered many appealing dishes to check out.
While their Prawn Rolls may not be the type with delicate ingredients; they had a homely kinda nostalgia especially with the thicker fluffy batter. The deep fried sliced fish could be better if it was crispier though.
The last time we ate here was more than 5 years ago but their standards have still be as consistent. No classy setup but they delivered the flavours at affordable prices. No doubt why it was still full house when we visited past 830pm earlier tonight.